CBC has been a part of every Canadian’s life since 1936. No matter whom you are, what city you’re in, how much money you make, if you were born here or immigrated – you know the CBC. There’s no easier way for Canadians to feel connected to each other, than by hearing the stories from the CBC. I’ve never been to Nunavut, but because of the CBC I can hear stories from the families that call it home.
The CBC brings Canadians together and on December 4, it will be hosting their annual Sounds of the Season bringing us together in support of food banks. It’s a chance for Canadians to get into the holiday spirit and unite in support of one incredible and worthy cause – feeding your community. What better way to kick off the season than to be a part of Sounds of the Season?
Last year $36,906 was raised for North York Harvest – that’s 110,718 meals for Canadians struggling with hunger. We are incredibly grateful to CBC and everyone that participated and donated to the event. It really made an impact on the lives of the 13,000 people that North York Harvest serves each month.
Every year the event is always a roaring success, drawing huge audiences across the country. This year proves to be no different, with an incredible list of performers on the agenda. Some of the performers this year will be Francesco Yates, The Toronto Mass Choir, The Heavyweight Brass Band, Terra Lightfoot and many more!
Even though the weather is cold and frightful, the season still has a warm, cheery feeling when you come together with your community. Whether you plan on celebrating the holidays or not, join us in celebrating the community and make a huge difference in the lives of people that are hungry.
So on December 4th and all through December, join North York Harvest and CBC in celebrating this wonderful holiday season! Click HERE to join in on the festivities! (Don’t forget to designate you gift to NYH)
Thank you for generously donating to North York Harvest and lighting up the holidays with the gift of food. Because of YOU, families in northern Toronto will not go hungry.
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